Latest technology on display at show

ADVICE: visitor George Daniel, left, chats to Will Paxton, sales manager, and Neil Tiplady, group service manager

ADVICE: visitor George Daniel, left, chats to Will Paxton, sales manager, and Neil Tiplady, group service manager

First published in Farming

ONE of the biggest machinery shows in the region has been giving farmers an insight into the developments in technology, which can help them thrive.

JG Paxton & Sons Ltd, which operates dealerships at Pity Me, Northallerton, Alnwick and Bentham, took over Sedgefield Racecourse for two days to offer existing and prospective clients a larger display than ever before.

A steady stream of visitors made the most of the biennial show that featured a vast array of machinery designed to boost efficiency in farming.

The premier show offered the opportunity to get a close look at the latest agricultural equipment, with expert help on hand to lead visitors through technical features – anything from satellite tracking to combat thieves to advanced technology associated with Formula 1 motorsport.

Sales manager Will Paxton said: “We had a lot of genuine interest from customers who are researching the best machinery for their specific needs.

“The latest equipment represents a significant investment and farmers need to know they are spending wisely, which is why the show is so useful as we have a range of experts on hand to advise them.”

Displays featured machinery ranging from a few hundred pounds to largescale equipment valued at £480,000.

On show were the latest offerings from the world’s top manufacturers, including Case IH, JCB, Lely, Kuhn, Ifor Williams, Richard Larrington, Marshall Trailers, Lynx Engineering, Twose, Teagle, Spread-abale, Mzuri, Horsch, Spearhead, Fleming and FarmGem.

As well as every conceivable type of machine for farmers working small grasslands to multi-thousandacre arable farms, there was also a display of good-quality second-hand stock to cater for a variety of budgets.

Visitors heard about the latest microchip tracking technology to catch thieves and protect and recover equipment.

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